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I didn't say certification in PM and BA is requiired...I only said
that if yha wanna do the highend in pay, ya gotta be ready to devote
more than 10% opf your effort analyzing business processes and
managing your writing projects.
> So just out of curiosity, what certifications did your current
> employer require you to have in order to be hired?
> I'm a tech pubs manager, my job is probably 70% project
> management and business processes. Nobody required any
> certifications in either from me, either, beyond the
> assurances of some of my past bosses and clients that I
> was good at it.
> Gene Kim-Eng
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Posada" <jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> > There was a discussion about a week ago on how to exceed 100k as
> > tech writer. Make busines analysis and project planning more than
> > of what you do. I'm a tech writer. I'm at $100,000.75. I can
> manage a
> > documentation project and I can do some business analysis.
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